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Thank You Dawgggggggggggy

lol

I remember why I got this one takin off in my direction. The other guys went over to where he was perched to photo him/her. Gotta tell ya I was to tired. But I kept my eye on him. Thinking, gee I really would love to have trecked over there.

Then all of a sudden he took off and I was still watching him, through my lens, already focused, and got off a 4 series of him. I was quite suprised. However the reach was a bit long.

This was the first time I saw an Eagle in the wild in my whole life. I was to say a bit overwhelmed at the Majestic creature. Not quite believing that was really an

American Bald Eagle.

Regards
Gale
 
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Well done Gale. I love it when you catch them with their talons hanging down in the 'business' position.

Regards,

Frank
 
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Thank You Mike,

I will go back out there one day soon and do what Doug does. Bring my little stool and sit and wait for the guy. LOL

Cheers
Gale
 
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Thank You Gordon very much.

I was thrill for sure. First time I ever even saw and Eagle in the wild, and I am 62.

Not much suprises me any more, but this was a total thrill.

Would like to get much better shots. But for now I am happy to have any.

Cheers
Gale
 

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